When I'm with a friend,
Then I feel proud, and there's a Proud Me, too.
When I'm with a friend then I feel proud, and there's a Proud Me, too. (Me Too)
Right now, I'm the Loving Me; isn't he cute?
And after I've done a real good job -
I've cleaned my room, or something like that -
then I feel proud, and there's a Proud Me, too.
And when I'm with a friend, and we're having a good time,
then I'm the Happy Me.
But when my friend has to go home, then I feel a little sad,
so I turn into the Sad Me.
Anyway, there sure are a lot of different Me's,
just like you have a lot of different You's.
Well, we're going outside to - outside to play now,
I hope all the different You's have fun, too! Bye!


Lyrics submitted by bocmaxima, edited by othradar

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    General Commentyeah i'm not totally sure about the lyrics, they are close. i listened to this song while laying in field watching the sky, peaking on a mushroom trip, it was intense and beautiful at the same time.
    isonoeon September 16, 2008   Link
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    General Commentanother sesame street vignette, where a boy describes the emotions he feels as different "me's" inside him. at the end he walks off, each 'me' following him saying 'bye!' thats the 'bye bye, bye bye bye' sample from the track 'sunshine recorder'.
    bengt12on April 17, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti'm pretty sure these lyrics are wrong though
    kyleeburnson July 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti'm pretty sure these lyrics are wrong though
    kyleeburnson July 23, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe original lyrics are from sesame street as bengt12 says. The original sound byte from the kid is available online and I've updated the lyrics to reflect this sound byte.
    othradaron February 25, 2013   Link

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